Posted on: October 14, 2019 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Bang Bang has a very traditional sound to it, looking back to the earliest decade of the 20th century. With more overt overtures to Sonny & Cher and Switchblade Symphony, this lead-off track to the Noir EP will garner some serious attention. The deliberate, sultry approach taken to Nomad & Lola’s take on Pink Floyd’s classic The Wall is unique, further differentiating the duo from radio-friendly acts. The march of the instrumentation during this cover marries the original subject material with the pair’s new take on the effort. A blending of Summertime (Sublime) and While My Guitar Gently Weeps (The Beatles) concludes this extended play; Nomad & Lola have boldly tied together well-known singles from two distinctive rock acts, all while imbuing them with their special approach to things. We’re excited to hear more from them in the future.

Nomad & Lola – Noir / 2019 Self / 3 Tracks / Facebook /

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